NASA Taps Montana High Schoolers For Space Station Solutions

Sep 11, 2015
Florence Gold NASA HUNCH Implementation Project Manager shows Laurel High School students a Russian- made box that flew to the International Space Station (ISS) on Space X-6. Gold told says students in the HUNCH program have fabricated soft-sided boxes.
Jackie Yamanaka - Yellowstone Public Radio

Astronauts are looking for help in solving some of the challenges of living and working on the International Space Station, and they're turning to Montana high school students to help find solutions.

Tribal - NASA Project To Teach About Climate Change

Jul 23, 2014

The Salish Kootenai College is one of four tribal colleges or universities, nationwide, to receive a grant from NASA to develop climate change curriculum. The grants come from NASA’s Minority University Research and Education Project, and range from $413,000 to $1,009,000.